Sure, Dolly and Charlie look like sweet little girls, but Jerry and his wife, Rebecca Romijn, say that their two kids are more than a handful and they don’t even want to think about expanding their family!
Actor Jerry O’Connell, 36, is experiencing the worst of the terrible twos with his twin girls, Dolly Rebecca Rose and Charlie Tamara Tulip — and they haven’t even reached the magic age yet (they turn 2 on Dec. 28). They’re so out of control that Jerry and his wife Rebecca Romijn, 38, don’t want to have any more children!
There will be a lot of pink in Melissa Rycroft‘s future! The reality star told the ladies of CBS’ The Talk today that she and hubby Tye Strickland are having a baby girl! The couple found out the sex of their baby a little while back but chose to keep it a secret! “We know the sex of our baby,” mom-to-be Melissa told People magazine earlier this month. “We can now narrow down the names to just one gender.”
American Idol‘s newest judge Jennifer Lopez stopped by The Talk (probably because she’s BFFs with co-host Leah Remini) to dish about the new Gucci ads featuring her twins — Max and Emme.
Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony have been very careful about keeping their twins — Max and Emme — out of the spotlight. That’s why we were shocked to see Jennifer, 41, with her cute kiddies shooting a new ad campaign for Gucci back in July. But J. Lo revealed today on the new CBS show The Talk that her husband of six years, Marc Anthony, was against the idea of their 2½-year-old twins being photographed.
The Talk made its premiere on CBS this afternoon. We settled in to watch the ladies dish the dirt on motherhood and parenting, but were left disappointed.
CBS’ new hour-long chat show The Talk (which premiered today) is certainly not The View 2.0. Sure, the show starts with a lot of famous faces as hosts — Julie Chen, Leah Remini, Sharon Osbourne, Holly Robinson Peete and Sara Gilbert — sitting around a table (which is actually distracting because the table is a tad too high so it cuts their bodies off at an unflattering angle and seeing their legs below the table is equally distracting) but that’s where the similarities with Barbara Walters’ show end.
The co-host of the new daytime talk show, The Talk, opens up about being a mom and admits “No one tells you how difficult it is! I’m here to tell you it is very, very difficult!” Can you relate, HollyMoms?
She may be best known as a former Dancing With the Stars contestant or as a new co-host on The Talk, a CBS chat fest for moms that premieres today (Oct. 18), but Marissa Jaret Winokur is most proud of her role as mom to son Zev, 2. “It’s the hardest, most gratifying challenge of my life,” confesses Marissa, who admits she had a Mommy Life Crisis when she became a mother (via a surrogate) and thought it was a good day if she managed to change out of her sweats!
The Tony Award-winning co-host of this fall’s new CBS show, The Talk, opens up about the struggles she faced during her first year of motherhood.
Marissa Jaret Winokur is a good actress, but when she adopted her son, Zev Isaac, two years ago, she was convinced that she was a lousy mom.
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